Timm Rautert: Otl Aicher / Rotis

Gerhard Steidl Druckerei und Verlag, 28.04.2021 - 160 Seiten

A photographic celebration of German typographer Otto "Otl" Aicher

Photographs by Timm Rautert (born 1941) taken between 1972 and 1991 celebrate the renowned German graphic designer and typographer Otto "Otl" Aicher, who developed the popular Rotis font family. Accompanying texts by design historians examine the role of Rotis within the cultural history of West Germany.

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Born 1941 in Tuchel, West Prussia, in 1941, Timm Rautert studied photography with Otto Steinert at the Folkwang School of Design in Essen in the 1960s. Starting in the 1970s, he mainly concentrated on photojournalism and documentary work, and in 1993 was appointed professor of photography at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig, where he taught until 2008. In the same year, he was the first photographer to receive the Lovis Corinth Prize. His books with Steidl include When We Don't See You, You Don't See Us Either (2007), No Photographing (2011), Josef Sudek, Prague 1967 (2016), Vintage (2017), Germans in Uniform (2018), Anfang/Beginnings (2019) and Bildanalytische Photographie / Image-Analytical Photography, 1968-1974 (2020).

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